So, you are in a relationship at college and are going great guns. You and your boyfriend are kicking up a storm and having a wonderful time. Your boyfriend suddenly decides to go out of the way and propose you. What do you do then? Well, starting a married life in college is not the brightest idea, there’s still a lot to do, and a lot to learn. A committed relation is great, but getting married is a way bigger affair than just love and feelings. The best way out would be to give him a polite and dignified denial. Here is how you do it –
Say it how it is
There is no point beating around the bush and giving him false hopes. Let him know how you feel in very exact words. Why should you show him a chocolate when he cannot have a bite out of it? You might think it will spare his feelings, but beating around the bush will just make things more excruciating. Just tell him exactly how you feel. If you are clueless, figure it out, ask for time but don’t mislead him.
You aren’t ready for it
If you have nothing else to say, this very tangible reason is the best one that you can come up with. If you are unsure and need time then this is your ultimate excuse. You can then take your own sweet time to get ready or un-ready for it.
Keep dropping hints well before time. If you have an idea about what is going to come your way, going on dropping hints is definitely your best bet. After all, if he is going to propose you, he’ll go all out on it. So, if you can save him the expenses do him a favour and let him know in advance. If you are unsure about the proposal coming home or not, it is a good idea to keep dropping hints in negative, all the time.
You are Still in College
It is true and it is most likely the real reason you are rejecting a marriage proposal. Let him know of your plans. If you aren’t thinking about marriage then tell him so plainly. If he is still in college with you, tell him he shouldn’t be thinking of it either.
This article is about how you could reject his proposal while you are in college in a decent and graceful manner. Be firm but polite, and let him down easy.